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it was happening. >> the senate intelligence committee senator diane feinstein a loyal defend are of the nsa broke ranks and said they have been kept in the dark of just what the nsa was up to demanding a total sur ray lance review. >> if only we had some way of secretly finding out what the spy organization was up-- oh, you know who could help us, the ns-- oh [bleep] it's time for a good old us of a plausible deny ability scramble. brought to you by, i don't recall if i had been specifically briefed on whether or not this is butter. (laughter) and arbies. arbies, why not challenge your stomach to a fight. so post nsa revelation, the house intelligence committee hauled in our nation's spy chiefs yesterday. who came before the congressional committee hat in hand. >> this is a tough time for nsa where everybody says what are you doing or why are you doing. it is much more important for this country that we defend this nation and take the beating than it is to give up a program that would result in this nation being attacked. >> i'm sorry, did i say they came hat in hand. i meant middle fingers a bla
? >> an nsa spokes woman said that take orders from the national intelligent priorities frame work and not the president. >> jon: what the [bleep] is this? [laughter] did we find out about it because of some kind of nipf slip? for more on the president, we go to jessica william. jessica! [cheers & applause] how can the president be unaware of what's going on around him? >> because nobody tells him, jon. you have to understand the president is a very sensitive man. he doesn't handle bad news well. he's a cryer. [laughter] >> jon: like a john boehner cryer? >> please, jon, the president is so emotional. the guy cries when people that litter told him to suck it up. >> jon: what else has the president not been told? >> well, basically all the bad stuff. he thinks gun control passed and that we shut down guantanamo three years ago. he thinks republicans will actually work with him. i know. i'm telling you, the president is in a bubble. >> jon: he's a bubble boy. >> yes. exactly. >> jon: why is it so important that president obama be kept in the dark about it? >> because they don't want
know who's been naughty, who's been nice, and thanks to the n.s.a., everything else. ( laughter ) and my guest, a. scott berg,
are we'll talk about nsa spy, health care, the governmentshutdown. we'll talk about the jonas brothers breaking up. how could you do it again yoko? haven't you done enough? why? [laughter] they are so -- yeah, i i was prized when i foud they they are -- i was surprised when they found out they were together, too. this is why the news networks serve such an important purpose. all those issues are complex and we lie on the news networks to provide context, substance. i'm just (bleep) with you. [ laughter ] the news networks are there to let you know that whether you look at an issue from the right or from the left, those are the only two ways you can look at it. [ laughter ] not anymore. recently, yeah -- [laughter] -- cnn has moved beyond this simplistic partisan world view to a simplistic-ier one. >> the all important u.s. russia summit over syria isn't ending when we thought it would s. that a good thing or bad thing? >> one of the most historic newspapers, "the washington post" is changing hands, a good thing or bad thing? >> jon: good thing or bad thing? let's go to the analyst flip
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